Brenda Kay Geiger

  • Born: July 11, 1969
  • Died: September 5, 2019
  • Location: Fort Wayne, Indiana

D O McComb and Sons - Maplewood Park

4017 Maplecrest Rd.
Fort Wayne, IN 46815

Tel. (260) 426-9494

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Brenda Kay Geiger, 50, of Fort Wayne, IN passed away on Thursday, September 5, 2019 at Visiting Nurse Hospice Home. She was born July 11, 1969 in Fort Wayne to Robert W. and Tymme Sue (Ramey) Hamilton. Brenda graduated from Elmhurst High School in 1987. She then graduated from Trine University where she obtained a Bachelor's in Applied Management. In 1994, she married Tim Allen Geiger at Waynedale Baptist Church. She worked for Crossroads Child and Family Services for over 5 years. Together, she and her family were members of St. Peter's Lutheran Church. Brenda enjoyed scrapbooking, traveling, dinner out with friends and family, and spontaneous shopping sprees. She loved to take care of her family, travel to Myrtle Beach, and spend time with her canine companion, Abby. Survivors include her spouse, Tim Allen Geiger, her mother, Tymme Sue Hamilton, 2 children; Eric and Lauren Geiger, 2 sisters; Lynn (Kevin) Stansberry and Donna Hamilton, and Sister-in-law, Diane McClain. She was preceded in death by her father and son, Justin Thomas Geiger. Funeral service will be held on Wednesday, September 11, 2019 at 1pm with calling 1 hour prior from 12pm-1pm at D.O. McComb and Sons Maplewood Park, 4017 Maplecrest Road, Fort Wayne, IN 46815. Burial will take place following the service at Lindenwood Cemetery. Memorial donations may be directed to St. Peter's Lutheran Church. To sign the online guestbook, visit www.domccombandsons.com


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To the dear family of Brenda
I am just a girl, of a similar age to your daughter and I came across this sad news today 20/9/19. Sadly I am not a stranger to losing a parent or a sibling and something about your daughter made me needing to share a thought with you all.

Grief is the most unwanted of journeys and one no parent should ever have to face. Thankfully my mum passed a year before my brother and it was with such relief to me, as I knew she wouldn't survive the loss. My Dad has carried on with his life but it's taken it's measure of time and immense sadness for him to achieve this. I have spent the last 8 years wanting them to be back in our lives. It's only now I realise neither of them would want me to be sad. What they would want is for me to get on with my life and find happiness.

So my message is simple. Allow yourself to grieve, each one of you will handle this differently and you must accept their way as different from your own. But let their spirit life on and see you precious and beautiful daughter every day in her children, in one another, in your faith and in your hearts. There really is no answer as to why we lose the kindest most generous hearted loved ones too soon, it's simply the hardest time of your life when it happens, but keep living. Take hold of the hands of one another and help each other make it through the day and night. And when everyone else continues with their lives in time, remember you can have those sad days, but to make the life of your daughter matter, you must carry on and be the most amazing grandparents you can be in her absense. She will send you signs, a song on the radio, a rainbow in the sky, a robin in your garden, a smile on the face of your grandchildren. Make every day matter and if you miss her more on a day you struggle, then go to a place you remember her being happy and take a moment. You will get through this journey and you will understand in time the new and more important role you have x

Posted by JANE BRANFIELD - Cheltenham, England - Friend   September 19, 2019

My prayers go to the Geiger/Hamilton family. I was able to meet her through Eric when we were dating at the time... I'm soo sorry for your loss Lauren, Eric, and Tim.

Posted by Alexus Newman - Fort Wayne, IN   September 12, 2019

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Brenda you mean the world to me and fly high beautiful angel! Dear lord please put your comforting hands upon Brenda's family .♥

Posted by Bobbi Penn-Amore - Fort Wayne, IN   September 11, 2019

My sincere condolences to the GEIGER and HAMILTON families. Brenda has been a friend since we worked together at NAVL and thanks to FB and her sister Donna we've maintained that connection that this will not break. A more kind and loving person you won't find. Heaven truly has an angel.

Posted by Stephanie Beck - Fort Wayne, IN   September 08, 2019

Please accept our deepest sympathy. The Hamilton Family has been dear to us over the years. I am sorry we have lost touch since we moved from Fort Wayne. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Posted by Fred & Diana Cornett - Winchester, KY   September 07, 2019

I am happy that I worked with Brenda at Crossroad - what a blessing it was to work with a positive and upbeat person. Please accept my heartfelt condolences, Tim and family, and keep her memory in your hearts forever.

Posted by Debbie Branfield - Fort Wayne, IN   September 07, 2019

Brenda was one of the friendliest people I have ever met. She was always helpful and looked at the positives.

Posted by kate imber - Hicksville, OH   September 07, 2019


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